Be Safe on the Internet

  • To assess our students' habits and knowledge on safe internet, they had to answer these questions before starting activities:

     We noticed then that a majority of students know how to be safe on the internet (more than half of them know the basic rules of a safe behaviour). Thus, the challenge was to help those who achieved less, and then to go further and to make them all think about other topics such as cyber bullying, screen addiction and use of social networks. 

    We then evaluated the progress they made during the activities made at school to disseminate on this theme. The quality of the material they produced is the best proof of the impact of the activity (see page Be Safe on the Internet).
     They were also assessed during the mobility to Finland thanks to the degree of completion of the tasks organized by the Finnish school.  The students who traveled had various scolar degrees of achievement. They all joined the activities organized there, and collaborated in a very efficient way. All the groups were able to present the activities done in their schools, answer questions, and explain what a safe Internet behavior is. They were also able to solve the cases that were presented to them during the Cyberbullying Workshop by the NGO Save the Children.